Coimbatore based electric two-wheeler manufacturer, Ampere Vehicles, a subsidiary of Greaves Cotton has announced its partnership with Autovert Technologies a Financial Technology expert that specializes in EV subscriptions. The collaboration between Ampere Vehicles and Autovert Technologies has lead to the launch of a battery subscription plan which claims to be unique in the Indian market. The unique battery subscription plan starts from INR 1990 making Ampere Vehicles even more affordable.
The subscription-based plans will allow easy acquisition of Ampere Vehicles and customers can large e scooter Magnus Pro by paying as less as INR 49,990 whose actual ex-showroom price in INR 73,990, whilst opting for a monthly battery subscription of INR 1,990. The subscription plans give customers an alternative choice from the usual finance options.
The unique subscription plan also offers benefits such as extended warranty of 5 years along with full vehicle insurance, full vehicle service & maintenance for 24 months, attractive upgrade options, discounts on replacement battery etc. The full subscription plans on Magnus Pro and Zeal models start at INR 2,777 / month and customers can easily upgrade to another Ampere scooter.
The brand recently launched the Magnus Pro in the Indian market powered by a 1200W BLDC electric motor paired to a 60V, 30Ah lithium battery with a Vector Sine Wave controller. The e-Scooter can do a top speed of 55 kmph and has a charge time of 5-6 hours to replenish the battery. The Magnus Pro comes with Eco riding modes that allow it to return a range of 100 km on a single charge.
The Ampere Magnus Pro features highlights such as an LED headlamp, a digital speedometer, LED storage lamp, under-seat storage, USB charger, detachable battery, tubeless tyres, limp home mode, find my scooter function, anti-theft alarm, a telescopic front suspension and a generous footboard.
The demand for e-scooters is expected to rise with the rising fuel costs and as social distancing is key to avoid the infection from the coronavirus/COVID-19, more individuals have started opting for electric mobility solutions and entry-level vehicles as a means of personal transport.